On the Line: Spartan Motors CEO John Sztykiel

Monday, 21 May 2007 | 6:53 PM ET

Back in April when Cramer went “Back to School” at Indiana University, an astute student told him about Spartan Motors . Since then the stock has picked up 31%. A pretty good call so far, but is there even more upside in Spartan’s future – or is the truck maker running out of gas? Cramer got the CEO of Spartan Motors, John Sztykiel, on the line to find out.

Sztykiel says he thinks there’s a tremendous amount of profitable growth ahead for the company. Spartan is focused in three growth opportunities in particular: mine resistant, ambush-protected vehicles, its RV business and its emergency rescue business.

Spartan Motors CEO
Cramer chats with John Sztykiel, Spartan Motors president & CEO

Cramer thinks Spartan might pause for a moment, but he says it’s in full bull market mode.

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